Queensland Government to introduce tough new parole laws for state’s worst offenders | 7NEWS

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Convicted child killers, notorious murderers – the men and women responsible for some of Queensland’s most shocking crimes could soon face more time behind bars.

The State Government will introduce tough new laws blocking parole for the “worst of the worst”

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